Engaged couple Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker walked Met Gala‘s crimson carpet hand in hand, wearing Thom Browne seems to be that had netizens questioning their picks almost about the theme of the evening, ‘In America: An Anthology of Vogue’ and the ‘Gilded Glamour’ gown code.
There was nothing gilded or glamour about their suited seems to be. Kourtney even went on to say within the Vogue Livestream interview that she “truthfully didn’t actually give it some thought.”
However, she took to Instagram to share the thought and the “particulars” behind the couple’s seems to be, and thanked the designer for designing their outfits. “An enormous thanks to @thombrowne on your imaginative and prescient. Once I heard that Travis and I had been the primary couple you had dressed, how necessary it was to you that our story be instructed, for us to be an extension of one another, it meant a lot to us,” she wrote in her caption.
Kourtney went on to share that her look “was the deconstructed model of his completely polished look. I had the entire parts from his look draped throughout me. His pleated skirt, jacket and swimsuit pants had been dripping from my skirt.” She additionally thanked the designer and her stylist for the night: “Thanks a lot to your entire @thombrowne group on your kindness, persistence and beautiful consideration to element. And I can’t pass over my wonderful stylist @danixmichelle for being a perfectionist with a coronary heart of gold and a humorousness. Thanks @voguemagazine @metcostumeinstitute for having us! We had such a enjoyable night time.”
The Kardashians star opted for a monochrome look in a colour-blocked black and white skirt with corset detailing on the waist paired with a white, cropped button down shirt. Her fiancé complemented this look with an uneven hemmed coat, white shirt, a bow, and a pleated skirt with trousers.